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Mahindra enters Bhutan, launches electric car e2o

THIMPHU: Utility major Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd launched electric car e2o in Bhtuan on Thursday, hoping to cash in on the government’s strong commitment towards environment and sustainable development plans.

The company also signed an MoU with the Bhutan government to promote electric cars in the country at a function here where Bhutam Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay and M&M executive director and president Pawan Goenka were present.

“It is a common sense for us to go for electric cars in Bhutan because we produce cheap electricity and we are committed to make Bhutan carbon-neutral. We take steps to make our environment pollution-free keeping in mind our future generation,” Tobgay said.

“We are grateful to our Kings and forefathers for whatever we have and we are determined to preserve our culture, heritage, tradition and spirituality, while charting out our growth path,” he added. “We are excited to be a partner with the Bhutan government. It is not just a business for us, it is our endeavour to offer electric mobility to the people of the country,” Goenka said.


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